What is Copyright

In short, copyright is a form of intellectual protection for original works of a creator, whether published or unpublished, giving them exclusive rights for its use and distribution.

Copyright automatically exists as soon as a creative work is available in a tangible form. This can be a book, an ebook, a CD, a DVD or another medium. Therefore, once you have written your song, your story, your drama, or created your painting or sculpture, then you are automatically the copyright owner.

However, in order to establish proof that you are the genuine creator of the work (the copyright holder) we emphasize that you to register your copyright before you publish it. Register first, then publish!

 

 

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Protecting Brand Names

If you need to protect the name of your business or your artist name or the name of your band/group, then you need to register it as a trademark.

Copyright does not protect names or slogans.

To protect your brand name, please visit the Trademark House website.

Note: If you register your trademark through Trademark House, then you'll receive a free Copyright House Lifetime Subscription package. This package allows you to register your websites and all your musical, artistic and literary works at any time in life.

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